Coronavirus and its impact on family law

Not only has Covid-19 significantly impacted the way we work, shop and socialise but the virus has greatly impacted how we live day to day. For many families and individuals […]

Coronavirus: 5 key legal documents you should prepare

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has altered the routines of most people. At a time like this, it may be worth considering what legal documents can protect you and your family’s […]

The future of wills

In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic where social distancing is crucial, can you electronically sign a will?  On 17 July 2019, the US passed the Uniform Electronic Wills Act […]

Private parking in the UK; what are your legal rights?

Parking on public land and parking on private land are governed by very different sets of rules and enforcement processes. For the most part, parking on public land is governed […]

How should Digital Assets be dealt with in your Will?

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What is a ‘digital asset’? There is currently no legal definition of digital assets in the UK despite their prevalence in our everyday lives. So what is a ‘digital asset’? […]

Equality for heterosexual couples?

I wrote a blog back in July 2018 (which you can read here) titled “To say ‘I do’ or ‘I don’t’? The end of civil partnerships?”.  It was about the […]

Have you been a victim of fraud?

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If you’ve ever experienced fraud, it can be distressing and emotionally draining. A common scam that has been increasing in recent years is ‘Authorised Push Payment’ (APP) fraud. However new […]

Is a ‘Good Divorce’ possible?

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Divorce can be a difficult experience, especially when there are children, multiple properties and significant assets or debts involved. But is it possible to have a “good” divorce? With the […]

Financial Provision following divorce: Scotland versus England

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Divorce can either be a simple procedure, where the partners are in agreement and there are no children or limited household goods or possessions, or it can be a messy […]

The Importance Of Writing A Will As Business Owner

Even if you don’t want to think about it, the unavoidable circumstance of leaving your business will arise in your lifetime. Retirement, passing away or passing the throne are all […]

How mediation could help you settle a personal injury claim

For too long now, tiresome and difficult court battles have been a part of every personal injury case, and these proceedings can often take their toll on claimants who are […]

Change on the horizon: no-fault divorce system is considered

Following a Government consultation into ‘no-fault’ divorce in December 2018, both family lawyers and the general public alike are now eagerly awaiting the response to the consultation which will determine […]